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ODAN amgylchiadau arferol, dydi yfed alcohol weithiau ddim yn gwneud drwg i''ch corff.
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THE POETRY OF DAMIR ODAN, ONE OF THE MOST INTERESTING and indeed one of the most talented younger Croatian poets, combines two contradictory and even mutually exclusive tendencies.
Some formed the Opus Dei Awareness Network (www.odan.org), which provides "information, education, and support to people who have been adversely affected by Opus Dei." ODAN criticizes Opus Dei for what they perceive as questionable practices, including excessive secrecy.
ODAN was started after a student at Boston College, Tammy DiNicola, joined Opus Dei and almost completely stopped all contact with her parents in the process.
Operation Odan has been launched in the Balmoral Drive area of Gateshead where families have complained of being "held under siege" by a gang of up to 60 yobs.
The old name of Markeaton Brook in Derbyshire, for instance, derives from an original *Oddan broc 'Odda's brook', but as the editor of the English Place-Name Survey for Derbyshire comments, 'It is impossible to be certain of the origin of the pers[onal] n[ame] Od(d)a, for it could represent a short form of an OE compound name in Ord-, or be ON, ODan Oddi, OSwed Odde or OGer Odo .
ODAN has a wealth of information on Opus Dei and its practices.
Samuel Ademoyega, Brigadier Samuel Ademulegun and Professor Akin Fadahunsi,' Adesokan said in an address delivered at FYCC Ojo Local Government Secretariat, Unity Estate, Isashi Odan, Ojo, Lagos.
Alternatively, one might think of an Old Norse model such as ODan Valdemar (cf.
At the police station, Mendiola accused Odan as the one who killed the three after their drinking session.
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